The arts at Antioch College are experiential and experimental.
We see the arts as important social practices that challenge us to think from new perspectives, feel outrage or empathy, and cultivate a kind of civic imagination. Students and faculty study and make documentary and narrative film, radio, 2D and 3D visual art, and experimental theatre and performance art. They make art to express, question, confront, and empower. We encourage and support students to explore new mediums and to find synergies with other disciplines and to engage with broader political and social ideas.
Student and Faculty Stories
Visiting Assistant Professor of Media Arts, Catalina Alvarez, will be exhibiting her work in August in New York in a series at Maria Hernández Park and Starrbar in Brooklyn and then in a solo exhibition at Flux Factory in Long Island City. Details...read more
Saxophonist, Composer and Bay Area Resident, Idris Ackamoor '73, has a new production called "We Live Here!". The show features Afrocentric themes, culture, and sounds. Read More Mercury Newsread more
The scenic design and performance work of Michael Casselli ’87, Antioch College assistant professor of Sculpture and Installation, will be included in a retrospective of the work of visionary Iranian-American theater director Reza Abdoh (1963-95)....read more